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Time to Change the Laws to Better Protect Victims of Domestic Violence

Last year, the Assembly Minority Conference hosted a series of forums across the state to better understand the often complex problems associated with domestic violence. During these forums, victims, advocates, service providers, law enforcement,...

February 16, 2018
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Election Day Changes Unnecessary and Costly

The Assembly Majority is once again advancing an early voting bill through committees with a vote expected on the floor in the near future. The Governor is also making his push for early voting in his budget this year. While there are slight...

February 9, 2018
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More Business Killing Regulation

Unfortunately, New York has a habit of creating policies that are punishing to businesses. In the past two years, business owners in New York state have had to ingest several onerous mandates such as new wage orders, higher minimum wages, and a new...

February 2, 2018
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Diplomas to Homeownership Program Would Assist Land Banks

For many New Yorkers, high student loan debt and the cost of living can make it difficult to achieve the dream of owning a home. As a result, fewer people may be able to invest in homes in our local communities. Legislation I sponsor known as the...

January 26, 2018
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Barclay Honors 2017 Veteran of the Year Larry Macner

Assemblyman Will Barclay (R,C,I,Ref--Pulaski) recently presented Fulton resident and Fulton Common Councilor Larry Macner with an Assembly Resolution honoring him for being selected as the 2017 Veteran of the Year by the Fulton Veterans Council....

January 23, 2018
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